Jun.-Prof. Dr. Jens Anders
Jens Anders received his MSc degree in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, in 2005 and his Dipl.-Ing. in electrical engineering from the University of Hannover in 2007. He conducted his PhD studies at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in the field of sensors and sensor readouts for spin detection and received his Phd (Docteur ès Sciences) in 2011.
In 2006, he spent seven months as an intern at the Philips research campus in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, working on the development of test signals for analog circuits. In 2007, he joined the microsystems laboratory (Laboratoire de microsystems 3) at EPFL where he was working in the field of integrated detectors for nuclear and electron spin detection.
From January 2012 until September 2013 Prof. Anders was working as the group leader of the biomedical sensor group at the Institute of Microelectronics at the University of Ulm. In September 2013 he was appointed Assistant Professor for Biomedical Sensors inside the same institute.
Prof. Anders received the president’s award of the University of Hannover for the best prediploma of his year in 2003. He also received the VDE award of the VDE chapter Hannover for his semester thesis about phase-locked loops (PLLs) in 2005. For his diploma thesis about continuous-time sigma delta modulators he received both the EON future award 2007 and the ISS study award (ISS Studienpreis) 2008. In 2012, Prof. Anders received the Outstanding Publication Award (Literaturpreis) of the ITG (Informationstechnische Gesellschaft im VDE).
Prof. Anders’ main research interests include electronics for biomedical applications, mixed-signal circuit design and the modeling of nonlinear circuits and systems in the absence as well as in the presence of noise.